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Song Parodies -> "When You Think You've Gone Too Far"

Original Song Title:

"When You Wish Upon a Star"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Cliff Edwards

Parody Song Title:

"When You Think You've Gone Too Far"

Parody Written by:

mad hatter

The Lyrics

When you think you've gone too far
In live ask you who you are
Anything your brain waves wire
Can come to you.

When your head is sewn with seams
There's no maniac extreme
When you think you've gone too far
I've started to.

Screw ball kind
I'm mad that's what I love
complete fulfillment of
Loose ends are lacking.

Insane strikes me from the blue
Choke a smurf is it blue too?
When you think you've gone too far
I've started to.





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victoria - January 14, 2022 - Report this comment
I haven't thought about this OS in a while
mad hatter - January 14, 2022 - Report this comment
felicitation

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